Josie Adams is in tonight's episode of Have You Been Paying Attention. Specifically, she is in the audience.
Dunedin's new mayor Aaron Hawkins is, arguably, the first to represent the city's student population as much as its older residents. We asked him ten questions about his win.
Tina Nixon, Masterton mayoral candidate and chainsaw model, is leading one of the tightest campaigns rural NZ has seen. Josie Adams headed to the Wairarapa to meet her.
In our final local elections race briefing of 2019, Josie Adams (who is lame) visits Palmerston North (which is cool).
Dunedin's local election race has broken out into a symphony of front-stabbing, back-stabbing, and general mud-slinging. But then, doesn't a good politician need a bit of bite? Josie Adams consults â€¦
There’s so much more to Central Otago than ski slopes and luxury lodges. We’ve put together a list of all you need to know before you explore this stunning part of our backyard this summer this summer.
In this episode of our new tarot reading show Wild Card, The Spinoff's resident psychic divines the outcome of the All Blacks' opening match against the Springboks on Saturday.
New Netflix movie The Tall Girl was roundly mocked before it even came out. Josie Adams, a tall girl herself, reviews it.
In our latest local elections 2019 race briefing (read the rest here), Josie Adams assesses the bastion of progressive virtue that is Dunedin/Ōtepoti.
Napier-based women's clothing company KILT is a big brand with local charm. Josie Adams finds out how they've adapted their boutique strategy to work on a national level.
In our latest local elections 2019 race briefing (read the rest here), Josie Adams looks at the battle to wrest control of the beautiful offshore outpost, Great Barrier Island/Aotea.
In our latest local elections 2019 race briefing (read the rest here), Josie Adams looks at those who would dare oppose Tim Shadbolt’s record reign.
The K Road festival, which turned five on Friday, has reached mainstream-level popularity without compromising its local acts focus.
More than 600 psychologists in New Zealand have voted to continue the strike they began last month. Poor pay, long hours, and an institutional lack of respect are causing a mass exodus of psychologists out of public service.
After a decade of making music, Sons of Zion are still refusing to settle into a genre. They sit down to talk about the joys of pop music and te reo Māori, and why a “reggae” band can do both.
Les Mills Victoria Street has 12,000 members, and up to 700 visitors during its peak hours. But does it need a seven storey car park?
When Josie Adams broke her laptop she knew she’d never find love like that again. She reviews how its replacement stands up to everyday use, and the cosmic forces that seek to destroy her.